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Author Topic: Sharpness as a function of camera  (Read 2185 times)

Offline fayard

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Sharpness as a function of camera
« on: January 08, 2013, 06:31:09 am »
This a comment for this page on the website
If you look at the sharpness of this lens for various cameras, you get:

D600: 18P-Mpix
D3X: 19P-Mpix
D800: 20P-MPix
D800E: 30P-MPix

I think that these results prove that there is something seriously wrong with the way you define sharpness. There is no way that D600/D3X and D800 are so close and D800E is so above.

For the D800/D800E comparison, I know that you compare the sharpness of the image without any sharpness applied to the picture. It is obvious that a camera with anti-aliasing filter needs (and can handle) more sharpening than a camera without one. Therefore, the comparison is not fair.

I stil don't understand why the D600 and D800 results are so close. It just does not match what you get when you compare a crop of a D800 and a crop of a D600 picture upscaled to 36MP.

Offline Nicolas

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Re: Sharpness as a function of camera
« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2013, 09:59:57 am »
Hello!

Scores for these camera are not validated and should not have been published on our website. We should be able to publish these cameras very soon, stay tuned.

 

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